RECIPE: Easter Canapé Or Dessert

Colorful and delicious. Photo courtesy Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery.   It couldn’t be easier to make this bite-size apricot morsel, which can be enjoyed with cocktails or with after-dinner coffee. All you need is dried apricots and a log of fresh goat cheese, with optional chopped nuts and whole nuts for garnish. You’ll need…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Goat Cheese In Recipes

Mild, fresh cheeses made from goat’s milk taste like cream cheese with a tang. A fresh goat cheese log looks lovely on a cheese board with fresh or dried fruit (dates and figs are a favorite) and toasted almonds and/or walnuts. But we enjoy it in many other ways as well: For breakfast: With bagels,…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Belle Chèvre Goat Cream Cheese

A simply scrumptious goat cheese spread in Cinnamon, Coffee, Fig and Honey (photo by Katharine Pollak | © THE NIBBLE.   Whether or not you like goat cheese, we’re here to spread the joy about Belle Chèvre Breakfast Cheese. It’s a line of four sweet-and-tangy spreadable cheeses that reminds us of lighter, drier cheesecake filling.…
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PRODUCT: Goat Cheese

An easy-to-make goat cheese-apricot canapé. Photo courtesy Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery. We hear quite a few people say that they don’t like goat cheese. While taste is a very personal thing, goat cheese is our favorite. If you think you don’t like goat cheese, try one of the fresh chèvre, the French word for…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Bad Wrap

January 20th is Cheese Lover’s Day, so be sure to give your favorites the respect they deserve. Fine cheese is a living food that breathes and ages. Most cheese should not be kept in plastic wrap, which essentially suffocates the cheese, allows moisture to condense on the inside of the wrap and hastens spoilage. Stores…
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